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Sphaerophoria sp.
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Posted on 18-03-2019 12:01
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Hi everyone,

Which species is this of (I think) Xanthogramma?
The fly was found on the Marker Wadden in the Netherlands in July 2018.
You can't see it well on the picture but it has red eyes.

Thanks!
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Posted on 18-03-2019 21:21
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Sphaerophoria sp.
 
marlloes
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Posted on 19-03-2019 11:32
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Ah yeah, I was doubting between Sphaerophoria and Xanthogramma, because the abdomen is not that long or skinny but the pattern looks like Sphaerophoria. But thanks!
 
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